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Title: Future trends in transport infrastructure monitoring
Other Titles: Novi trendovi u pracenju stanja prometne infrastrukture
Authors: Fontul, S.
Keywords: Pavement condition;Monitoring;FWD;GPR;Structural evaluation;BIM
Issue Date: 17-Oct-2019
Publisher: University of Zagreb
Citation: https://doi.org/10.5592/CO/FTCE.2019.12
Abstract: The intense traffic on existing pavements not only induces increased deterioration but also decreases vailability of pavements for monitoring and maintenance interventions. In Europe, in general, the existing pavement network requires maintenance in order to comply with traffic requirements. In an economic scenario of financial requirements, it is crucial to plan and justify maintenance measures needed for an efficient management. This paper presents future trends in pavement engineering focussing specifically on the non-destructive continuous monitoring, data processing, and possible applications of Building Information Modelling, as improved tools for pavement monitoring and rehabilitation management.
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